Walter Burley Griffin (?-1937), architect
married June 29, 1911 in Michigan City, Indiana
February 14, 1871
1871-1914: Chicago, Illinois
1914-1916: Canberra, Australia
1916-1935: Melbourne, Australia
1935-1937: Lucknow, India
1937-1938 : Australia
1938-1961: Rogers Park, Chicago, Illinois
1894-1914: Chicago, Illinois
1914-1937: Australia and India
1938-1961: Chicago, Illinois
Oak Park, Illinois
Architect, Illustrator, Muralist, Watercolorist
1890-1994: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, School of Architecture; the 2nd woman in architecture to graduate
Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
2008: Major Artists from the Midwest, Decatur, Illinois
September 230December 4, 2005: Marion Mahony Griffin: Drawing the Form of Nature, Block Museum, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois
Art Gallery of Victoria, Victoria, Australia
The Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Avery Library, Columbia University, New York, New York
Mary and Leigh Block Museum of Art, Evanston, Illinois
Massachusetts Institute of Technology Museum
Newman College, Australia
school in Rogers Park
State Library of Victoria, Victoria, Australia
Willoughby Council, New South Wales, Australia
"Marion Mahony Griffin," Women Building Chicago 1790–1990: A Biographical Dictionary (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2001), 284-286.
Berkon, Susan Fondiler and Jane Holtz Kay, "Marion Mahony Griffin, Architect," Feminist Art Journal, Spring 1975
Friedman, Alice. "Girl Talk: Marion Mahony Griffin, Frank Lloyd Wright and the Oak Park Studio," Places Journal, June 2011 online
Korporaal, Glenda. Making Magic: The Marion Mahony Griffin Story.
Kruty, Paul and Paul E. Sprague, Two American Architects in India: The Complete Works and Projects of Walter Burley Griffin and Marion Mahony Griffin. Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1997.
Larson, P., "Marion Mahony and Walter Burley Griffin: The Marriage of Drawings and Architecture," Print Collector's Newsletter, vol. 13, 1982
McGregor, Alasdair, Grand Obsessions: The Life and Work of Walter Burley Griffin adn Marion Mahony Griffin. Melbourne: Lantern, 2009.
Pregliasco, Janice, "The Life and Work of Marion Mahony Griffin," The Prairie School: Design Vision for the Midwest, 1995
Roe, Jill, "The Magical World of Marion Mahony Griffin: Culture and Community in Castlecrag in the Interwar Years," Minorities in Cultural Diversity in Sydney, ed. Shirley Fitzgerald and Garry Wotherspoon, 1995
Rubbo, Anna, "Marion Mahony Griffin: A Portrait," Walter Burley Griffin: A Review, ed. J. Duncan and M. Gates, 1988
-------, "Marion Mahony's Return to the United States: War, Women, and 'Magic,'" Marion Mahony Reconsidered, ed. David van Zanten. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011.
--------, "Marion and Walter Burley Griffin: A Creative Partnership," Architectural Theory Review, vol. 1, 1966
Torre, Susana, ed., Women in American Architecture: A Historic and Contemporary Perspective, 1977.
Turnbull, Jeffery and Peter Navaretti, eds. The Griffins in Australia and India. Melbourne: University of Melbourne Press, 1998
Van Zanten, David. "The Early Work of Marion Mahony Griffin," Prairie School Review, vol. 3, 1966
David van Zanten, ed. Marion Mahony Reconsidered. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 2011.
Watson, Anne ed. Beyond Architecture: Marion Mahony and Walter Burley Griffin: America, Australia, India. Sydney: Powerhouse Publishing, 1998
Weirick, James, "Marion Mahony at MIT," Transition, Winter 1988
Wood, Debora ed. Marion Mahony Griffin: Drawing the Form of Nature. Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 2005
Arts and Crafts Society, Chicago, Illinois; founding member
1897-?: Chicago Architectural Club; founding member
1930: Sydney Anthroposophical Society, Sydney, Australia
Australian Archives, Canberra, Australia
1894-1895: Apprentice to architect Dwight D. Perkins
1895-1908: Assistant to Frank Lloyd Wright
New York Times article by Fred A. Bernstein, "Rediscovering a Heroine of Chicago Architecture," January 1, 2008